Charlotte Collins: I love this chic twist on a puffer, which can be notoriously hard to feminize. There's a bit of a theme this week, and it seems pink for winter is a winner...
Polly Sayer: Gilets are growing on me and Emili makes a strong case for them with this look. I love the lilac and pink combo, while the white accessories really pull everything together.
CC: Leave it to Grece to make head-to-toe monochrome interesting. A fringed jacket and textured knit are all you need to elevate this classic colour pairing.
PS: Grece really demonstrates how to make monochrome feel more exciting with interesting details – a fringed jacket combined with an embellished knit suddenly makes a black and white look a whole lot cooler.
CC: Leonie proves all you need is a great blazer, belt and some jazzy tights for a chic winter evening look. This year, party season is all about demure, glamorous style with a twist, and this is a masterclass in how to pull it off.
PS: Simple yet effective, this is probably my favourite look. While *those* viral Chanel tights and a simple belted blazer are super chic, it’s those black and white shoes which take this outfit to the next level. I’ll definitely be trying to replicate this look.
CC: Another hero pink look, this time with an androgynous twist. The oversized coat and relaxed trousers make the head-to-toe Barbie shade feel a little more wearable.
PS: I’m not usually one for this much pink but Naaomi totally nails it. I love how she’s dressed the look down with white trainers, while a black roll neck is so much cooler than matching white.
CC: Pernille has looked so cool throughout her pregnancy, and this oversized blazer look is just the latest example. Consider this confirmation you don't have to deviate from your personal style just because you're sporting a bump.
PS: I’d direct any pregnant woman to Pernille’s account for style inspiration – she’s barely changed anything to accommodate her bump, which is pretty impressive. I love the simplicity of an oversized blazer and a tee, juxtaposed with those chunky knee-high boots.
CC: Hot pink and camel is such a fun alternative to neutrals for winter. Ellie has a real knack for colour, and proves there's no such thing as too much pink with this look.
PS: This look is just joyous, as are most of Ellie’s outfits. Adding a simple brown roll neck is a cool way to make hot pink feel more autumnal – and those Amina Muaddi heels are just phenomenal!
CC: I love this quirky take on the classic slip-skirt-knit-sweater hybrid. I'm not sure I'm convinced on the matching knit, crossbody bag, but the injection of leopard print is great.
PS: Another winning skirt and knit combo, for me, it’s the matching knit bag which is what makes this outfit so cool. Extra style points for the leopard print shoes, too.
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